Making business connections within our Central Ohio community will be the name of the game for the Marion Women’s Business Council’s upcoming program. Set for Monday, October 14, it will be a Progressive Lunch/Networking Event to give members the opportunity to share their professional information and build business relationships in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Members and guests will be networked through the room mathematically to avoid meeting the same person twice.[Read more…]
Dr. Jenny Hensley, co-owner of Dynamix, will be the featured speaker at the September meeting of the Marion Women’s Business Council. Set for Monday, September 9th, 2019 from 11:30 to 1:00, she will outline the key elements for enhancing the effectiveness of your meetings to better reach your organization’s strategic goals in a timely manner. Hensley says that the motto of Dynamix is, “We help you reclaim your time, so you can reclaim your life, and love your work.”
The luncheon will be in the Memorial Room located on the second floor of The Executive Building (formerly META Solutions), 100 Executive Drive, in Marion. Reservations for this event must be received by Wednesday, September 4. They can be made by sending an email to email@example.com or by calling Sherry Goodman, Membership Co-Chair, at 740-751-6950.[Read more…]
The Marion Women’s Business Council will host an informal Kick-Off Meet and Greet for all members and potential new members on Monday, August 12, from 11:30 to 1:00. The new location will be on the second floor of META Solutions (formerly META Solutions), 100 Executive Drive, Marion.[Read more…]
Our May 13 Invest in Marion meeting was awesome with the women of the WBC nominating many worthwhile charities. The one drawn out of the basket was Marion Junior Service Guild’s Christmas Clearinghouse! Congratulations!
On hand to accept the $500 check were WBC members (L to R) Bev Young, Tarina Rose, Diane Morgan and WBC board president Kathie Reed Seckel.
The WBC was so very honored to present Maggie Breeding (left, in red) of the Boys and Girls Club of Marion County with a check for $6,000. The Boys and Girls Club was the chosen charity of Major Christy Utley (second from left), our 2019 Athena Award recipient.
$6,000!!! Woo Hoo!!! Isn’t that awesome! Of that, $3,500 was raised by the Silent Auction at the Athena event … thank you so very much to everyone who donated items, time and effort … and all those who bid and purchased a basket. $2,500 was a donation match by Modern Woodmen of America … thank you so much for your ongoing support of the Athena event.[Read more…]